Real Madrid reach agreement with Palmeiras to sign Endrick

Real Madrid and Palmeiras have struck a deal over the transfer of Endrick Felipe, report Marca.

The 16-year-old wonderkid has been linked with a move to the Estadio Santiago Bernabéu for the last couple of months. It appears as though Real Madrid have beaten the likes of Barcelona, Chelsea and PSG in order to secure the signature of the youngster.

Having grown up idolising Cristiano Ronaldo and Vinícius Júnior, the European champions were the forward’s number one choice.

Due to FIFA regulations on minors, Endrick will only be able to go to Europe in 2024 once he has turned 18. It is believed that the Brazilian will sign a three-year contract with Los Blancos, which will be extended by a further three years until 2030.

According to the agreement, Real Madrid will pay Palmeiras a fixed €35m transfer fee, which can rise up to €60m if all variables are triggered.

GSFN | Tom Cserép

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